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    ...e South-west Highlands (from Anderton, 1985). A. late Appin Group times B. Crinan Subgroup (Argyll Group) times and C. Southern Highland Group times. Basaltic intrusi
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  • ...rmation (Easdale Subgroup) into the gneissose Cowhythe Psammite Formation (Crinan Subgroup). Prominent tourmaline pegmatites are seen as discordant veins. The Rosehal ...lk west to the ‘Boyne Line’ and the gneissose Cowhythe Psammite Formation (Crinan Subgroup?).
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  • ...ly stable shelf environment, which prevailed here during deposition of the Crinan Subgroup [[Media:P947914.jpg| (P947914)]], gave way to more unstable conditions. Bet
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  • A further rapid shelf-deepening and basin-forming event at the start of the Crinan Subgroup induced turbidite deposition, with soft-sediment structures preserved in th ...he Islay Subgroup [[Media:P915423.png|(P915423)]]. As the sediments in the Crinan Subgroup fine overall from south-west to north-east across Scotland, a major input f
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  • ...''''' (4) lies within the lower part of the Queen’s Hill Gneiss Formation (Crinan Subgroup) in Glen Muick. It consists of fine-grained hornblende-schist intercalated
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  • == Crinan Subgroup == ...outh, it has been traditional to assign all of the gneisses broadly to the Crinan Subgroup (Read, 1955; Harris and Pitcher, 1975). However, some probably belong to th
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  • ...Zone. Serpentinised ultramafic rocks – metagabbros – pegmatitic granites. Crinan Subgroup rocks. (Tue 17<sup>th</sup> May 2005) ]] .... Boyne Bay – Whitehills – Inverboyndie – Macduff – Tarlair Tayvallich and Crinan Subgroup rocks – the Boyne Line – Southern Highland Group rocks – Buchan metam
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  • ...oor exposure, but partly reflecting the original stratigraphical template. Crinan Subgroup rocks are represented by semipelites, micaceous and feldspathic psammites a ...nce in the Dalradian stratigraphy. It appears to coincide with Easdale and Crinan subgroup units whose original distribution is unclear. There is presently no definab
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  • ...formations), and then by striped, thinly bedded psammites and semipelites (Crinan Subgroup: Cowhythe Psammite Formation). The overlying Boyne Limestone Formation (Tay
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  • ...sions. They are succeeded eastwards by migmatitic psammite and semipelite (Crinan Subgroup), in turn overlain by a mixed quartzite, psammite and pelite unit with thin
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  • ...bonate-fuchsite horizon at the base of the Ben Lui Schist Formation in the Crinan Subgroup. At Meall Mor (27), the Erins Quartzite, which lies in the same sub-group, ...The serpentinite at Corrycharmaig lies at the base of the Ben Lui Schist (Crinan Subgroup), in a similar position to the chromian mineral horizon near Auchtertyre (2
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  • ===Crinan Subgroup===
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  • | Crinan Subgroup ...onal model views the unit as an integral part of the Dalradian succession (Crinan Subgroup) that has undergone Caledonian deformation and high grade metamorphism larg
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  • ...port'', No. 9. </ref> ([[OR/15/026 Dalradian Supergroup #Crinan subgroup |Crinan subgroup]] section). The foliated and amphibolitised gabbros, norites and contaminat
    90 KB (13,643 words) - 11:22, 3 December 2019